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BBC America
Mar 3, 2014 7:00am EST
really clear. he is here to offer support. we will see the u.s. secretary of state john kerry doing the same. mr. kerry has promised there will be a robust attempt. it will have the needed effect on russia. obviously the russian troops are in control there. they have moved in. and the crisis does continue. so the governments in the west are faced with a dilemma. >> thanks very much indeed. that he wants the view coming from kiev. let's find out what the position is in crimea at the moment. christian frazier is in sa fast poll. that he wants the mood like in sevastopol? >> it might be calm behind me, david, but it's not calm at the naval hq. a crowd growing and getting increasingly impatient. really the picture of the day for me was that brotherly tap on the hand at the gate between the russian soldier and ukrainian soldier. the crowds outside might provide the spot. it would just take the smallest thing to happen for the situation to get out of hand. certainly kiev authorities would not want that to happen. it's precarious. the troop buildup continues. we're getting reports as a i said,
BBC America
Mar 5, 2014 6:00am EST
latest developments because u.s. secretary of state general kerry is due to meet the russian foreign minister for talks in paris later today. among the discussions could be the areas discussed between president and angela merkel last night. that is for international monitors to be put on the ground in crimea. russian forces back to base. sergei lavrov has made it clear in the last few hours that the troops on the ground in crimea are not russian. he says they are from self-defense forces looking to russia for protection, but not members of the russian military. those are the outlines of the developments so far today. let's just listen to a little of what sergei lavrov had to say in mid drid. >> translator: i would to understand what you understand by pro russian forces. these are the forces of self-defense created by the residents of crimea. we did not order them. they didn't get any orders from us. as to the military personnel of the black sea fleet, they are in places of their dislocation, yes. some additional measures of extra vigilance were taken to provide the security of the tr
BBC America
Mar 4, 2014 6:00am EST
request from the ousted president mr. yanukovych u.s. secretary of state john kerry is due in kiev later today. they will start consultations on how to shore up ukrainian economy. let's just show you the pictures from the military air base a few hours ago. there was this shooting incident. what happened was the ukrainian soldiers, unarmed ukrainian soldiers singing the ukrainian national anthem, carrying the ukrainian flag marched towards where the russian soldiers were. these are russian troops who had taken over the military base. the ukrainians had been housed in a section of the base. they never actually left. but they wanted to take over or regain control of the area, the operational area where the russians were in control. there was some 300 ukrainians we're hearing who marched with that flag and singing those songs. but they were confronted by a dozen russian soldiers who then did fire several volleys of shots in the air and threatened if they came any closer to the ukrainians they would shoot them in the legs. this is exactly the sort of incident that the world has been fearing t
BBC America
Mar 4, 2014 7:00am EST
. secretary of state john kerry is due to arrive in a few hours's time. >>> a key witness is brought to tears over that she heard on the night reeva steenkamp was killed. . >>> resurgence of old heroes in japan. tokyo seeks to commemorate the kamikaze pilots of the second world war. >>> the most expensive city to live in. it has higher prices on everything from petrol, beer, to utilities and clothing. paris comes second. mumbai tops the other end for being the cheaper. >>> hello. it's midday here in london, 7:00 a.m. in washington, 3:00 p.m. in moscow where president putin delivered a lengthy and damning account of the crisis in ukraine. he said there has been an unconstitutional coup in the country and russia must protect its own citizens if they're already threat. he said it remained ukraine's legitimate leader but said he no longer had a political future. he said it was suspending military cooperation with moscow and was considering further measures after russian forces moved into the autonomous region of crimea. diplomatically an awful lot going on. tim? >> reporter: well, you wo
BBC America
Mar 6, 2014 7:00am EST
targeted sanctions. in rome, the secretary of state john kerry arrived to continue the diplomatic push. they describe it as tough. they reassure nato allies. extra patrols in the baltic. and this tounderline tension. it is forced to flee crimea. and certainly no ream sign in crimea of russian or pro russian forces in what remains a high stakes confrontation. nick childs, "bbc world news". >>> well, we are getting the latest from brussels in a moment. let's get reaction from moscow. steve rosenburg asked the deputy foreign minister if he thought that the west was responsible for the crisis in ukraine. >>> i don't fault the west as responsible for this but the west should bear some responsibility for what has happened. because the west has neglected how close and important realizes are. in the time when we asked and discussed the future of ukraine, at that time and we, as you remember and i'm sure perfectly well know, were held very responsible on the position on the negotiations of ukraine with the european union. they have rejected the participation in this process. what will happ
BBC America
Mar 5, 2014 7:00am EST
state john kerry meeting russian counterpart sergei lavrov. let's catch up on all the developments and just before we do that, mention that financially this country is in huge difficulties. we heard about the americans, washington offering $1 billion in loan guarantees. we also heard the european commission saying they will be offering 11 billion euros over the next two years. the financial side being addressed by the international community as well as the military standoff in crimea. this report by nick chiles. >> reporter: the diplomatic big guns have been gathering in paris for the biggest diplomatic push yet to try to defuse the ukraine crisis and the deep freeze in east-west relations. for the west, the key question, will moscow accept a direct dialogue with the knew ukrainian authorities. >> the prime minister and president obama have both made clear that there must be significant costs to russia of violating its international obligations in this way. now, of course, we would much prefer to make diplomatic progress, but in the absence of that progress, there will be costs to russ
BBC America
Mar 6, 2014 6:00am EST
. in rome, the u.s. secretary of state john kerry arrived to try to de-fuse the crisis. but the americans describe his first face-to-face encounter in paris as tough. and as if to underline the current tensions the special envoy is forced to flee crimea. and in eastern ukraine, a standoff has continued in what remains a high stakes confrontation. nick childs, bbc news. >> now, let's get a sense of the political and personal drama going on inside the military deployment inside crimea. this is a ukrainian warship. it is alongside almost at the dock in sevastopol. our correspondent christian frazier managed to get rare access on board this ship, which is at the moment struggling to remain independent with a lot of russian pressure around it. >>reporter: the first crew that's been allowed this ship. it is the control and command vessel. it's been under blockade for a week. it is sitting next to a ukrainian corvette, which is also under blockade. they are forced to make a choice between a new authority in crimea or new government in kiev. they are really between a rock and a hard pla
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